Fully renovated, live-with-income opportunity in Gramercy Park/Union Square.
Offered for sale is a one-of-a kind, 25-foot wide townhouse with 3 loft-like units, all of which have just undergone a complete renovation and modernization. 141 East 17th Street is an approximately 6,720 square foot, three-unit building offering either 'live with income' or tremendous single family conversion potential.
The feature apartment is an approximately 3,700 square foot triplex with a bevy of outdoor space including a rooftop terrace, full rear garden, and two setback terraces. With four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, this apartment was originally designed and configured as a mid-century artist's studio by New York architect Bernard Rothzeid, who was commissioned to modernize the space by the painter and print-maker Al Blaustein. With mammoth skylights, three exposures, and a large, open plan living area, this bright and private apartment makes for a generous owner's unit.
The two other apartments in the building are also newly renovated and smartly designed two-bedroom, two-bathroom units. Firstly, a ground floor apartment with private entrance off the street features an open living and dining area with a large chef's kitchen. Situated at the back are two graciously sized bedrooms and two full bathrooms. One flight up from the ground level unit is a two-bedroom duplex apartment. The living/dining area and bedroom on this floor enjoy southern light through the building's historic cast iron facade and six over-sized windows. Located at the top of the elliptical staircase is the master bedroom with ensuite bath. Access to a large, private terrace is from this bedroom.
All units have modern kitchens with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, split air conditioning, all new hardwood flooring, and washer-dryers. The building also has video intercom and renovated hallways.
141 East 17th Street is located just outside of Union Square, and in close proximity to the 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, W, and L subway service at 14th Street-Union Square. This otherwise quiet block lies conveniently at the convergence of the commercial and cultural centers of Midtown and the Village.